IOF soldiers use stones to break the bones of Palestinian workers
RAMALLAH, (PIC)– Israeli occupation forces on Monday detained and beat up three Palestinian workers while en route to work in the 1948 lands at the pretext they had no work permits.
Local sources said that the three workers, in their early twenties, were attempting to enter the 1948 lands near Na’lin village, north of Ramallah, when the soldiers intercepted them and pointed guns at them.
They said that the soldiers told the workers to utter insulting remarks about themselves, which they refused. The local sources said that the soldiers then used their rifle butts and rocks to beat the workers and break their limbs.
The workers were hospitalized in Ramallah with fractures and bruises all over their bodies. Medical sources described their conditions as moderate to serious.
Meanwhile, the Israeli information center for human rights B’Tselem asked the IOA to release two Palestinian minors who were abducted from their homes at midnight in June 2008 without leveling any charge against them.
It said that the military court of appeals turned down the release request by the two 17-year-old girls Salwa Salah and Sara Al-Siyuri. They are held under administrative detention without trial or charge.